Tidbits

The Morning Journal.Com brings us up to speed. Pat Murray, the Cavaliers’ director of TV/production services, will join Channel 3’s new baseball production team. He’s reportedly ruffled a few feathers leaving his gig at Quicken Loans Arena. … Brown doesn’t

Fan with laser pointer not caught

Atlanta Hawks spokesman Arthur Triche said Thursday the person who tried to distract Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James with a laser pointer in Wednesday night’s game was not apprehended. Triche said Hawks officials consider the incident to be an isolated

Ricky Davis traded to T-Wolves

The Boston Celtics acquired Wally Szczerbizk and Michael Olowokandi from the Minnesota Timberwolves in a multiplayer deal that sent former Cavaliers guard Ricky Davis and three other players to Minnesota.

Cavaliers 106, Hawks 97

James had 38 points, nine rebounds and six assists as the Cleveland Cavaliers won their third straight game, 106-97 on Wednesday night. The Cavaliers were winning 94-93 with 3:17 left when Donyell Marshall hit a 3-pointer that started a 12-4

Duncan Pick Up Some New Duties

Ronnie Duncan, voice of the Cleveland Cavaliers, is the new morning host at WERE AM/1300. Duncan is the winner of the station’s search for someone to host its morning show, which is part of WERE’s new urban talk format. Duncan’s

Andriuskevicius Assigned to Arkansas Rimrockers

The Cleveland Cavaliers have assigned forward/center Martynas Andriuskevicius to the Arkansas RimRockers of the NBA Development League, Cavaliers General Manager Danny Ferry announced today. “We think Marty has made good progress thus far with strength and conditioning, practice and adjusting

The Latest

Brian Windhorst of the Akron Beacon Journal brings us up-to-date. Cavs General Manager Danny Ferry just returned from a European scouting trip, where he might have seen the Cavs’ next first-round draft pick. Ferry comes from the San Antonio Spurs’

James reigns in Cavaliers’ win

DOUG ALDEN AP Sports Writer: “LeBron James’ sore right knee didn’t throw off his shot much. James scored 51 Saturday night, becoming the youngest player in NBA history with 5,000 points in his career, and the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the